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. the jury found him guilty of hiring owen barber to kill daniel petrolli who was wolfe's drug supplier. barber was the prosecution's star witness. >> he is a person who is able to manipulate. >> reporter: but in 2005 barber recanted his testimony and said wolfe had nothing to do with the murder. in 2010 barber testified in federal court that he implicated wolfe to avoid the death penalty. the judge overturned wolfe's convictions finding that prosecutors allowed barber to give false testimony. >> my son should not be dying for selling marijuana. >> reporter: last month the state lost again when a federal appeals court refused to reinstate the murder conviction and death sentence. tomorrow at justin wolfe's bond hearing his attorney will ask the judge to set him free. >> but if i don't hold onto the hope, then i don't have anything. so i'm just going to continue to hope and believe that justice will finally be served and we'll finally get justin home. >> prince william commonwealth attorney paul lebert has recused himself from the case. 9news will there be and bring you the latest on a
author, benjamin barber. restoring the american economy and the continuing conversation about austerity. this weekend in los angeles, dr. baraber be at the independence day, hoping to solve our shared problems. we are glad you could join us for our conversation with dr. benjamin barber, coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminating hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: all right, please welcome david barber to the program, the noted author and furious at the center for the philanthropy and civil society at the university of new york. he is also the founder of interdependent state. it celebrates its 10th anniversary in l.a., and he joins us from new york. it is good to have you on the program. >> thank you, tavis. g
marijuana dealers. the person who shot and killed petrole was owen barber. barber testified that justin wolfe hired him to kill daniel petrole. but since then owen barber has recanted that testimony and even told a federal judge that the only reason he said wolfest hired him to do it was to avoid the death penalty himself. that evidence convinced the judge along with other evidence that he found that prosecutors withheld information and evidence that would have helped wolfe. the judge threw out the conviction and the death sentence. the case went to a federal appeals court which found the same. so now we're back here in prince william county court where the defense had a motion to set justin wolfe -- release him on bond. the commonwealth's attorney who has the case argued that he should not be set free. he said he might be a flight risk and that he had been a drug kingpin and there was no reason to release him, that the federal court hearings were federal and were separate and that now we're in the commonwealth. the judge deciding against the defense. it was a crushing blow for justin w
. the jury found him guilty of hiring owen barber to kill daniel petrole. >> he is a person who is able to manipulate. >> reporter: but in 2005, barber recanted his testimony and said wolfe had nothing to do with the murder. in 2010, barber testified in federal court that he implicated wolfe to avoid the death penalty. the judge overturned wolfe's conviction finding that prosecutors allowed barber to give false testimony. >> my son should not be dying for selling marijuana. >> reporter: last month the state lost again when a federal appeals court refused to reinstate the murder conviction and death sentence. tomorrow at justin wolfe's bond hearing, his attorney will ask the judge to set him free. >> if i don't hold on to the hope, then i don't have anything. so i'm just going to continue to hope and believe that justice will finally be served and we'll finally get justin home. >> reporter: terry steinberg is hoping the new prosecutor appointed to the case will decide not to retry it. in fairfax, peggy fox, 9news now. >>> health hazards at howard university shut down a cafeteria kitchen
, absolutely. all i do is play draw something and sample olive oil relaxants at the barber shop. [ laughter ] republicans are supporting millionaires on wall street while talking about doom and gloom in the job market. it's like they're smoking the mirror. excuse me, it's like they're putting smoke into a mirror because in the mirror, our country, he's got emphysema. because that's bad. talk to you. [ cheers and applause ] yeah!!! whoa!!!! yeah!!! [ smooching ] [ growling ] ♪ so you're going to give me all that for this last diet mountain dew? yeah, i just love the taste of diet dew. nah, i'm good. [ male announcer ] diet mountain dew. yeah, it tastes that good. what about an island? [ hero ] nope. blank check? [ hero ] nah. but i'm mark cuban. blank check? denny's everyday value slam egis four dollars every day. wait, is that right? eggs, bacon, pancakes. yeah. that's right. the four dollar everyday value slam. only four dollars every day. only at denny's. ♪ ♪ this may this may be the last time ♪ ♪ oh, this may this may be the last time ♪ ♪ oh, this may this may be the last t
was a marijuana dealer. the jury found him guilty of hiring owen barber to kill daniel petrolli who was wolfe's drug supplier. barber was the prosecution's star witness. >> he is a person who is able to manipulate. >> reporter: but in 2005 barber recanted his testimony and said wolfe had nothing to do with the murder. in 2010 barber testified in federal court that he implicated wolfe to avoid the death penalty. the judge overturned wolfe's conviction finding that prosecutors allowed barber to give false testimony. >> my son should not be dying for selling marijuana. >> reporter: last month the state lost again when a federal appeals court refused to reinstate the murder conviction and death sentence. tomorrow at justin wolfe's bond hearing his attorney will ask the judge to set him free. >> but if i don't hold onto the hope, then i don't have anything. so i'm just going to continue to hope and believe that justice will finally be served and we'll finally get justin home. >> now prosecutors have said it doesn't matter if owen barber recanted his testimony because he can't be trusted, but on
a lengthy ovation. giffords resigned from congress this year but helped her former aid, ron barber, win a special election for her seat. ron barber was one of those wounded in the shooting. giffords launched a political action committee. they will support democratic candidates dedicated to compromise and bipartisanship. >>> "moneywatch" time on a friday. market rally on action by europe's bank to ease the eurozone crisis. where is the fastest highway in the country. ashley morrison noise. >> yeah, the one i take into work. >>> investors around the world seemed to like what they heard from the president of the central bank. mario draghi announced plans to buy bonds. it's expected to draw down borrowing rates. >>> asian markets soared. the nikkei added more than 2%. its biggest one-day percentage gain in five months. while hong kong's hang seng rose 3%. >>> the bond buying program sparked a banner day. the dow jones added 244 points to close at its highest point since 2007 before the great recession began. the nasdaq was up 66 points. >>> amazon's trying to get a jump on the holiday shopp
was sentenced to death. the killer owen barber who was serving 35 years testified wolfe hired him to do it but barber has since recanted and said he lied to save himself. prosecutors say they're preparing to retry justin wolfe. >> he is a changed man and he spent 10 years on death row. enough is enough already. >> this has been the strongest scared straight program any kid could ever go through. >> justin has grown up, he has watched a number of men walk off to their death from death row. and that is quite a lesson that no one should ever have to experience. >> a new trial date has been set for october 15th. >>> front and center, the virginia board of health and the fight over abortion clinics. at issue, do clinics have to meet stringent hospital-like standards to keep going. surae chinn was on the scene as the big decision came down. >> reporter: the vote was 13-2 to adopt the stricter guidelines. the two opposing board members left in tears when the vote came down the crowd erupted. they had sat together in peace but left in turmoil. angry pro-choice advocates shouting politics won an
. >> that is incredible. >> flying in a barber just to do this. seriously. that is a great mustache when they fly in a barber to ship it. >> it is scary. something i just discovered on twitter -- >> how it works? >> no. there is a new account called "nfl replacement refs." they just started a yesterday. they have 89,000 followers already. and they are very funny. >> they with >> it has been nice during the daylight, but a little chilly afterward. >> yes, it has been. 80 tomorrow, with a shower or even an afternoon thunderstorm. 20% chance we will have a bit of rain, especially on thursday evening. >> not acceptable. put to work on that. >> 40% chance on friday. >> if you were a replacement weatherman -- ah anncr: more anti-maryland ads. from this west virginia casino. they want marylanders to keep coming to west virginia... casinos like theirs. spending one hundred seventy million a year. question seven will keep those dollars at home. with a limited expansion of gaming that will mean... hundreds of millions for schools in the baltimore area... and across the state... according to the department
charlotte for the dnc. >>> and tiki barber weighs in on whether refs on the bench will sideline nfl games. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye and it 18:8:00 o the east coast and 5:00 a.m. out west. thank you for starting your morning with us. the army corps of engineers is trying to keep a dam from failing and flooding hundreds of home. it is near the pearl river and st. tammany parish. water is about to overtop the banks of the river, and that could flood 35 subdivisions. homeland secretary janet napolitano will be in the gulf coast region today and talk to the officials in louisiana about the disaster recovery and president obama heads to louisiana tomorrow. the chief of staff from i.c.e. has resigned. suzanne barr says she has created a culture of sexual discrimination gaiagainst men. it follows a suit against the partment of homeland security. james hayesays he was crossed over for promotion s in favor o less qualified women. >>> the nfl will start the new season this week with the replacement refs on the field, and the nfl locked out the regular refs over dispute of salaries
about what happened. >> on saturday 38-year-old fred king dropped his son off at a barber shop and said he would be right back. later sat dray night he was found shot several times in the 2600 block of kemp street. the engin was running and the door was open. police have few clues. the family made a big plea for people to come forward. they say the man who they affectionately called big fred was a friend to everybody. >> he just wanted to see his daughter go to georgetown or go to college and you will fill the dream of playing -- and fulfill the dream of playing basketball. if you saw anything last saturday night, please call in the information. he was a good dude, man. >> reporter: if you have any information that can help police crack this case, call metro crime stoppers at 1-866-7-lockup. >> a second deputy died last night after having a hark. sergeant ian loughran starting having pains. >>> the gunman in the perry hall high school appeared in court. he is on a suicide watch at the detention center. the state apparently hasn't provided his attorneys with the mental evaluation. outsid
contributor and ban barber is a graduate scholar in the city of new york. romney's comments caught on hidden camera divided the country into two groups, makers and takers. i refuse to believe the campaign is between winner take owl and karl marx. >> where we try to place these candidates on the spectrum. here's the sin that mitt romney committed dividing americans into 47 versus 53. economic conservatism applies to 100%, making the rich better off, not the poor better off. more poor people has been mutt out of poverty about the free market system, that's the one i want to hear mitt romney. >> and pulled more people out of the tax rolls. something the republicans have done for years and romney isnot sounding like ronald reagan. ronald reagan in 1986 after cutting taxes for the working poor. >> the bill i'm signing today is not only an historic overhaul of our tax code and a sweeping victory for fairness, it's also the best anti-poverty bill, the best pro-family measure and the best job creation program ever to come out of the congress of the united states. >> okay. ben. that tax reform result
was convicted of killing or being hired to kill owen -- or rather of hiring owen barber to kill daniel patrol, jr. who was his marijuana supplier. in 2005 barber recanted the testimony and said he had nothing to do with the murder. he said he implicated wolf to avoid the death penalty. >> i don't hold on to the hope, then i don't have anything to grasp on to. i'm going to continue to hope and believe that justice will be served. >> she said her son should have been punished for selling marijuana but spending 11 years on death row was more than enough. today at a bond hearing an attorney will ask for his client to be released. >>> here's a look at some other things making news. pennsylvania's supreme court is debating the state's controversial new voter identification law. it requires voters to show photo i.d. before casting a ballot. opponents of the law claim it unfairly targets the elderly, poor and minorities. the state says it's just a way to protect against voter fraud. the court is expected to issue a ruling before the end of the month. >>> the chicago school board says negotiators are
about this deal coming up. we'll have former new yorkiant tiki barber. he will join us and give us the player's perspective. >>> first a look at the rest of your top stories this morning. the middle east will once again be the focus of u.n. general assembly today. palestinian president mahmoud abbas expected to seek non-member observer status. >>> he was one of the top commanders in the war, now brigadier general jeffrey sinclair faces multiple sex charges including wrongful sexual conduct and having inappropriate relationships with several female subordinates. a military hearing will determine whether sinclair faces a court-martial. he served five combat tours in iraq and afghanistan and he was deputy commander of the army's 82nd airborne division in afghanistan before being removed in may. >>> president obama's sexual hits an unexpected snag when air force one is forced to abort a landing. the plane was flying the president to a campaign event in ohio, it tried to land, but had to change plans, pull up, circle around, and try again. reporters on board say the jet hit bad turbulen
the public barber's salon. they use scissors only. you can find out about local geology, too. >> that sounds like fun. let's check it out. >> this is the most common rock on the surface of the earth. interesting thing is, most of this rock is covered over by the ocean. >> error congested a cool presentation on plate tectonics. tell us about what we just saw. >> we wrapped up a section of a lesson on a plate tectonics, here at the exploratory and -- exploritorium. >> are you excited to see people here having fun and learning about science? >> the people that come here are some selected to begin with, they actually enjoy science. i teach
for the first day of school after teachers may have a tough time telling them apart she took them to the barber for crew cuts but left the numbers on their heads. the teachers say the new dos helped identify each brother. the mother admits she and her husband still have a hard time telling their sons apart. you can do that when they are six at eight, i don't think so. >> cute though with >>> gorgeous day still nice over the weekend today looks like the warmest. right now nothing but sunshine, quiet last couple of days finally getting moisture out of the bay area with that, clear conditions. isn't this beautiful? not a cloud in the sky and live doppler 7 hd shows the fog has been pushed offshore. what that means is we are getting a slight offshore push allowing for temperatures to warm quickly all remnants of that moisture to the east of us, we are clear everywhere. a little element helping us clear out the skies today going to lift out of the bay area and contribute to a little cooling headed our way over the weekend. right now 60 in the city. over the east bay hills by the delta we are near 70
of school after teachers may have a tough time telling them apart she took them to the barber for crew cuts but left the numbers on their heads. the teachers say the new dos helped identify each brother. the mother admits she and her husband still have a hard time telling their sons apart. you can do that when they are six at eight, i don't think so. >> cute though with >>> gorgeous day still nice over the weekend today looks like the warmest. right now nothing but sunshine, quiet last couple of days finally getting moisture out of the bay area with that, clear conditions. isn't this beautiful? not a cloud in the sky and live doppler 7 hd shows the fog has been pushed offshore. what that means is we are getting a slight offshore push allowing for temperatures to warm quickly all remnants of that moisture to the east of us, we are clear everywhere. a little element helping us clear out the skies today going to lift out of the bay area and contribute to a little cooling headed our way over the weekend. right now 60 in the city. over the east bay hills by the delta we are near 70, 69 livermore
into a barber shop -- there is a joke. ever wonder what happened to mitt romney and barack obama if they got haircuts together. the side show is coming up next. this is hardball, the place for politics. >>> back to "hardball." break out the romney, obama impersonators. what would happen if they met at a barbershop and talked pop culture? here is one possibility. >> good morning, whiner in chief. >> oh, look, it is the great white dope. >> how is the post convention bump? >> it waulgd wasn't easy going up against the mtv folks. >> you're hip, how do i say it, urban. your ur-bama. >> remember when madonna and britney kissed? >> do you? >> no. they tell me it was a big pop culture moment. >> maybe we put our differences aside, start our own boy band, me, you, joe. he does a mean falsetto. >> i would like to call the band new direction. >> there's already one direction. >> we all know your direction. look where it has gotten us. >> not my direction, one direction. >> it is just like you to think there's only one direction. >> there is only one direction. that's the band's name. >> i have to go.
smiley at pbs.org. tavis: hi, i'm tavis smiley. join me next time for a conversation with benjamin barber on the conclusion of the dnc. that is next time. we will see you then. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do thei try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminating hungerwalmart committed $2 billion toas we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. pbs. pbs.
a cool place called the public barber's salon. they use scissors only. you can find out about local geology, too. >> that sounds like fun. let's check it out. >> this is the most common rock on the surface of the earth. interesting thing is, most of this rock is covered over by the ocean. >> error congested a cool presentation on plate tectonics. tell us about what we just saw. >> we wrapped up a section of a lesson on a plate tectonics, here at the exploratory and -- exploritorium. >> are you excited to see people here having fun and learning about science? >> the people that come here are some selected to begin with, they actually enjoy science. i teach teachers to have fun with their kids. the general public is a great audience, too. they're interested in science. >> we have a blast every time. they have different names. >> they have a bar and a cafe. everything i need. we are excited for the speaker. >> it is nice to be in the exploratorium when there are not a lot of kids around. >> before tonight, i never knew there were major league rules to rock, paper, scissors. i am gettin
approach. the star of the show is chris barber a 26-year-old virgin. >> we don't engage in sexual activities before marriage? >> not even a case? >> of course, kisses, what not. we try to keep it clean. >> well, we talk about being chaste. >> this isn't fun stuff to talk about on a date. >> we have lots of things to talk about. >> reporter: that's melissa, one of 12 women vying for chris' heart. they let us tag along as they got to know each other. right off the bat chris and melissa broke one of my pre conceptions about the church of ladder day saints. >> coca-cola -- >> we're not supposed to drink hot drinks. >> yeah. >> i don't think coca-cola will turn me into a lunatic. >> reporter: it's a far cry from abc owes "the bachelor pad" this summer a bunch of contestants ended up naked in the pool. not likely to happen on "the mormon bachelor". >> we get hit on about doing a fantasy suite. sorry, kissing is all you'll see. friends aubrey and erin came up with the idea of the show after graduating from brigham young university. as young mormons they found the dating culture especiall
in the orioles magic from the barber shop to the bars to the retail shops. the o's are the talk of the town. now that they're tied for first, people are flocking to the stores to get their own gear. >> they love the jerseys, hats and t shirts. they want top represent the team. >> there's a huge line at the orioles box office. tonight and tom's games are sold out. there are a few seats for friday and saturday. >>> tropical storm isaac already ravaged the gulf coast. how it's now affecting the northeast. >>> also, a group of boaters dealt with some unexpected turbulence. >>> some students in baltimore county are enjoying a new state of the art facility. we'll tack you in-- take you inside the updated george washington carve center. >>> severe weather hit the northeast. t.j. winick is tracking the path. >> reporter: the ghost of hurricane isaac continues to soak the east coast with rain. butt's more unusual -- >> that's a tornado. >> reporter: possible twisters, like this one shot on a cell phone in cherry hill, new jersey. >> as it's starting to go, okay. we're going to follow this. >> reporter: s
, benjamin barber. restoring the american economy and the continuing conversation about austerity. this weekend in los angeles, dr. baraber
to not want competition. john: north carolina is average with intrusive regulations? a barber is 250 days of test , two years? landscape contractor, three years? security alarm installer. [laughter] this is why unemployment stays high. >> what is outrageous the variance between states. some don't have any licensure requirements bereday in danger from those in north carolina? absolutely john: we are back with our show from the university of north carolina. chapel hill. how many think gay marriage should be legal? how many do not? you are a liberal group. typical. not the normal north carolina audience. 60% disagree recently voted in a constitutional amendment to make sure there is not court approved a marriage. we have stuart campbell who fought against the amendment and tammy fitzgerald, you helped to pass it? why did you want in this? >> is important for the people of north carolina to define more and -- marriage. not the courts. john: you thoughtthe judge would decide? >> it has happened in six days. the people of iowa never thought that what happened. massachusetts, connecticut predefi
in the central valley >>> we got at 4 >>> a barber shop and general store where a clinic also and kitchenette >>> a virtual village of 240,000 square feet with 300 single rooms private bathrooms and landscaped space. >>> we have bocce ball and areas they consider on benches around bushes and trees >>> for rudy to know any a decorated world war two veteran who survived a death march a dream come true >>> average 90 who knows what will happen in the future >>> he signed up to live in the facility but he cannot even though there is room in fact you'll notice no unless your at all. >>> j.p. trembly with the california department of veteran affairs >>> the governor but said an $18 billion deficit, every department in california it took to cut >>> he says that is why the fresno home and another facility in redding a mistake and the another year >>> if we can head of irene dunne were looking at the fall of 2013 >>> gov. brown set aside $4 million in this year's budget to keep the two empty home is running >>> and there our electricity bills and staff >>> he estimates the tab to keep the homes clean
asking about his father. >> reporter: on saturday king dropped his son off at the barber shop and said he would be right back. he was found shot to death in cherry hill. he was a few feet from his home. king was taken to shock trauma where he died. at this point police have few clues. family man who was working hard to ray raise his -- to raise his children many any information the public can help us with, we welcome it. >> reporter: the family says they know this is a process and that the police are doing what they can. big fred, they said, was a part of their life and touched the lives of many others and he deserved better. >> all we're asking, if you've seen anything last saturday night, please call. he was a good
carolina is average with intrusive regulations? a barber is 250 days of test , two years? landscape contractor, three years? security alarm installer. [laughter] this is why unemployment stays high. >> what is outrageous the variance between states. some don't have any licensure requirements bereday in danger from those in north carolina? absolutely so, we all set? i've got two tickets to paradise! pack your bags, we'll leave tonight. uhh, it's next month, actually... eddie continues singing: to tickets to... paradiiiiiise! no four. remember? whoooa whooaa whooo! you know ronny, folks who save hundreds of dollars by switching to geico sure are happy. and how happy are they jimmy? happier than eddie money running a travel agency. get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. john: we are back with our show from the university of north carolina. chapel hill. how many think gay marriage should be legal? how many do not? you are a liberal group. typical. not the normal north carolina audience. 60% disagree recently voted in a constitutional amendment to m
johnson talks it up in the barber shop, plus a complete roundup of the fcc and nfl. >> game on this saturday night only on wusa. >>> and now, 9sports with dave owen. >> well, all the talk of finally making the playoffs is done. now the nats are focusing on winning the division. the magic number to clinch is 8 before tonight. now don't try to figure out the math of all of that. just trust me. the magic number is eight. nats trying to make that magic number zero. i can't figure it out sometimes. here we go. edwin jackson cruising with a little help. watch bryce harper in the 4th. let me introduce you to the pose. i don't think so. that is his fifth of the year. score remains 2-1. nats leading into the 9th. three earned runs in 2/3 of an inning. the braves lose. that's good news for the magic number, drops down to 7. orioles getting closer to clinching the wild card in boston tonight. that is matt and that's matt doing work. double down the line. the o's win 4-2. gum johnson reports his 46th save. sets an orioles franchise record. all right, we are getting the highlight machin
running and hiding. >> there was. in fact, the barber, probably beverly's knows best friend and had a right next to the restaurant. bob lawsuit. there was a crackdown on black businesses after all this happened. perversely the white authorities , the response for their white riot was step cut down on black businessmen. selling perfume and his barber shop. c-span2 to keep his license. he won that case. the riot was very discouraging from washington. a lot of the most able and successful blacks left and went to toronto. beverly snow and william walker who was his business partner wound up in toronto. the carrier brothers. so it was kind of an exodus. they have really reached the limits of what was possible in washington. they had seen that there were not going to be allowed to go any farther. they moved on. >> the research. the frustrations, trump's. >> well, i've always know, your question, i was going to do this book. one reason, the sources were so interesting. so many good sources. the first and foremost was an important call by the time the story takes place, 55 years old. she ha
of fellow marijuana dealer daniel petrolli. wolfe was sentenced to death. the killer owen barber who is serving 38 years testified then that wolfe hired him to do it, but barber recanted and now says that was a lie and that he said it only to save himself, but prosecutors say they are preparing to retry wolfe. >> i don't know what evidence they have. owen has gone on the stand and admitted that justin had nothing to do with this, that it was only so that he could avoid the death penalty himself and judge jackson in a federal court found that to be a truthful statement. >> reporter: members of wolfe's extended family remember at the courthouse in force -- were at the courthouse in force today. >> he is a changed man and he's spent 10 years on death row and enough is enough already. >> this has been the strongest scared straight program any kid could ever go through. justin has grown up, has watched a number of men walk off to her death from death row and -- their death from death row and that is quite a lesson that no one should ever have to experience. >> reporter: lindsay, what wa
quadruplets so she asked a barber for crew cuts but left numbers on their heads. it worked. the teachers say they help identify each other. the mother admits they still have a hard time telling their sons apart. you? you're number three. >> that is already an animal channel but a shelter is introducing tax tv. the best friends society got inspired and decided to infall a camera in their cat play room meaning people can go on the web site and control the cords you can see there. and each visitor gets about two minutes of play time. this is helping them exercise. >> this is meant to encourage adoption. and you can find a link on our web site. >> those cats unionized? they're working there. and should be getting paid for that. you know? on the hour. >> and let's check back with sandhya patel now. >> there is clouds over lake tahoe. beautiful day up in the area, if you're heading there this weekend, could be seeing thunderstorms into saturday there is a possibility of thunderstorms. it's going to be hot in deserts. 10 to degrees in phoenix. there is hot in the deserts and there is 103 in vegas.
dates. >> there's an age label on the ipad. three and up. ceo john barber cautions that parents shouldn't push. >> the last thing you want to do is disappoint your child or frustrate your child because you're asking them to do something at that age they're not capable of doing properly. that's not winning. >> andrew garner, michael's dad works on computers all day long. he says it comes down to responsibility. >> technology is not going away. it's kind of like learn it, don't abuse it. but take advantage of it. because it's there. >> so as adults debate what kids should and shouldn't be doing, michael is just having fun. cbs news, emeryville, california. >>> they should have put a revolving door at a jail for this new hampshire woman. 53-year-old joyce coffee was arrested four times in 26 hours last week. the first three arrests were for blasting music from her home, included ac/dc's highway to hell. she was later arrested for allegedly throwing a frying pan at her nephew. police say alcohol may have played a role in her series of arrests. you think? that woman really is crazy. i'm terr
resolution? mr. barber: i have a motion to recommit at the desk and opposed to this bill in its current form. the speaker pro tempore: mr. barber of arizona moves to recommit house joint relution 117 with instructions to report the same back to the house forth with, with the following amendment, at the end of the joint resolution before the short title, insert the following, section 156-a, full year funding for military personnel account notwithstanding section 106, appropriations and funds made available and authorities granted pursuant to this joint resolution -- the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will suspend. the gentleman is correct. the house is not in order. the house will be in order. the clerk will read. the clerk: including section 101-c, funds shall remain available until september 30, 2013, one, military personnel, army. two, military personnel, navy. -- mr. rogers: i ask unanimous consent that the reading be dispensed with. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. so ordered. pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from from arizona is recognized for five minutes in support of hi
security advisory committee. tiki barber, former player for the new york giants, rudy giuliani, former new york city mayor, ben cohen, co-founder of ben & jerry's ice cream and singer cyndi lauper. >> it is wednesday, september 26th. "starting point" beginning right now. first we have some news just in to cnn. two american soldiers in afghanistan were killed today in an attack by a suicide bomber. the attack happened in logar province just south of kabul, afghanistan's capital. a spokesman for the governor of logar said the suicide bomber detonated himself during a military operation. he also said one american soldier was injured. we will have more on this developing story as details come in. >>> a big day here in new york. iran's controversial leader will deliver his final address to the u.n. general assembly as president of that country. that address is today. mahmoud ahmadinejad is stirring up controversy before he even begins. he told reporters that israel will be eliminated from the middle east, and that there will be a new world record free of what he calls american bullying. >>> the
regulations? a barber is 250 days of test , two years? landscape contractor, three years? security alarm installer. [laughter] this is why unemployment stays high. >> what is outrageous the variance between states. some don't have any licensure requirements bereday in danger from those in north carolina? absolutely not. john: good luck. i help you can blog again. north carolina past a constitutional amendment against gay marriage. is that right? we will debate that. next. greetings from the windy city of chicago. people here sure are friendly but some have had a hard time understanding my accent. so to make sure people get every word of the geico savings message i've been practicing how to talk like a true chicagoan. switching to geico could save you hundreds of dollars on car insurance... da bears. haha... you people sure do talk funny. geico®. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. woman: what do you mean, homeowners insurance doesn't cover floods? [ heart rate increases ] man: a few inches of water caused all this? [ heart rate increases ] woman #2:
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